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burned. and we want to bring in our chief meteorologist bill martin, the winds were not strong today. >> the winds were light. i heard fire. on a day like this, everybody jumps. but there is no wind out there. this is the result. you see the area, look at the trees behind there, they would go up in a minute. they are not blowing that hard. the winds are light, almost non- existent. temperatures in this area in the upper 90s. humidities in the area in the single digits. it is dry. look what is missing, the winds. fortunate, we have more heat in the forecast, robert handa is in morgan hill, it got to 97 degrees today and you are talking about high residents. >> reporter: bill, as you know, there are always worries when summer ends but summer weather doesn't. the dry grass is a big concern for firefighters here. they have to maintain their summer time alert. >> reporter: when temperatures hover in the mid-90s, october isn't much different than august, it has brought a wave of small, manageable fires. >> activity has been summerlike. seeing fire starts occurring throughout the bay
caused even more devastation today. we have live team coverage. our chief meteorologist bill martin is live with the efforts by pg & e to restore power to businesses and homes. we begin with john fowler. >> reporter: the death toll has jumped to at least 48. 6million people without power and many more problems still ahead. water is the problem. these pictures just in from new jersey. crews this afternoon still searching for survivors. early this morning three towns submerged. >> we lost everything right now. never thought it would happen like this though. >> reporter: the wind driven atlantic crashed through coastal communities, damage may top $20 billion. mile upon mile of beach front destroyed. including the famed atlantic city boardwalk. and asbury boardwalk turned to jumbled timbers. in queens new york as many as 100 homes destroyed including a correct congressman's by an explosive overnight fire -- including a congressmans by an explosive overnight fire. 260 patients including newborns were evacuated by one hospital when generators failed. thousands of uprooted trees, smashed
, no fires, no barbecues and should be some relief on the way. at 7:23 our meteorologist bill martin will lay out the timeline and how much cooler it might get. >>> five people escaped unharmed this afternoon after a san jose home caught fire. firefighters cut out the blaze in about an hour. they say the fire started in a backyard shed and spread to the home there on lee avenue. everyone inside the house made it out safely. fire crews are investigating the cause. >>> hewlett-packard ceo telling investors and analysts the hard times will last at least another year. palo alto has been struggling now for several years. it will take time to recover because the global economy is weak. technology analysts say that whitman is setting the bar low why would turn around hp. >> said we don't have a problem inventing good stuff. we've had a problem getting that stuff out to the market for people to buy it. >> as for hp's future, whitman says the company will spend money on research and development and perhaps design a new smart phone. >>> investigators did not react to whitman's closing at $14.91. on wal
for the program. >>> our weather now. our chief meteorologist bill martin is off, mark tamayo filling in. >> clouds right now, cool temperatures and the possibility of a few sprinkles or a light shower. it won't be completely clear tonight. right now on live storm tracker two, you will notice activity right now closer to the richmond area, oakland. nothing too extreme here. we could have a few sprinkles. the main action is towards the south bay. here is san jose. airport. the bulk of the action closer to monterey bay. key headline, chance of a shower for the evening forecast. as far as current numbers, it is chilly out there. never warmed up too much out there. 50s to 60 degrees. antioch 60. oakland upper 50s. downtown san francisco 56. here is the forecast for had a's game, lots of clouds out there. breezy. temperatures, bundle up, mid- 50s. 55-56. there is a possibility of a sprinkle, or a light shower. here you can see the satellite, we have been tracking this for a week, heading towards southern california. the circulation sending all the clouds and scattered showers out there. we ha
. we have team coverage, chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking the storm. craig boswell joins us live to show us what's happening in new jersey right now. craig. >> reporter: julie good evening do you, certainly wouldn't be surprised to find out thousands and thousands of people here without power, we looked over to our right just a little while ago and saw this hue blue hue of light go up and lights just went up, on out highway 30. we need to find out what the deal is with high tide with a full -- full moon combined with the storm surge. we'll find out tomorrow how much water was brought in. water coming on over the dunes and on to the streets of the jersey shore leaving debris in its wake. more than 50 million people are in sandy's path with extended tower and power outages expected for people all over the corridor. president obama is asking people to be patient after the storm blows through. >> even after the storm is over, it's going to take a considerable amount of time for planes, trains and so forth to get back on schedule. >> reporter: andrew cuomo shutting down some of
begin with chief meteorologist bill martin and the conditions that prompted the alert. >> today temperatures warmed up significantly, about 10 degrees over yesterday's temperatures. that prompted the national weather service to issue a red flag warning tonight through tomorrow morning at about 8 a.m. higher elevations in the north and east bay, winds right now are 15 to 20 in the east bay hills. it's dry out there. it's october. it's something we have to be concerned with. i'm going to have all the details on your daytime highs tomorrow as they warm up. i'll see you back here at 10:20. >> in contra costa county, firefighters have beefed up staffing tonight due to the increased fire danger. pattie lee continues the coverage and tells us about the precautions being taken this evening. >> four firefighters, a battalion chief and dispatcher were called in late this afternoon to help the county deal with the high fire danger, especially around the base of mount diablo. the threat inspected to increase with the predicted wind gust tonight. >>> reporter: with their focus on the childr
tomorrow is no ordinary sky dive, and cooler weather is coming this week. chief meteorologist bill martin will let us know which day we could see a chance of showers . >>> yet laufrnl of the rocket from florida to the international space station wasn't exactly perfect. one of the nine engines flamed out about a minute and 28 seconds after lift off. the other engines were enough to lift the rocket into or bit. . >>> we have chief meteorologist bill martin with us here tonight and back at the end of last week we talked about some changes coming. they're kind of here. >> yeah, they are here. you probably noticed it's a little cooler around the bay area, and it will stay that way. remember last week triple digit week but this week 60s and low 70s. we go outside and mild temperatures. 63 in oak rand right now. winds are gusting to 14 out of the west northwest so fairly typical for this time of night. look at theedz highs. these are the numbers from today. highs tomorrow will be about the same. highs the next few days about the same. this whole week we're going to see upper 60s and low 70s. not
of a severe thunderstorm warning in the south bay. let's go to our chief meteorologist bill martin. that changed? >> yeah. they dropped it. the severe thunderstorm is gone. you have hail in the mountains, heavy rain in some someplaces. lightning strikes, will that be an issue? typically it could be worse if we didn't have rain. i haven't heard of fires but that is what you think about. the rain is really coming down. you can see it up there in the bolder creek. let me put the motion in here. unusual direction. there is the warning. works its way to the west. that is an unusual direction as the low pressure center drifts down the coast. the severe thunderstorm has gone away. but look at this. this is how the system is set up. significant. los gatos noticed it. it was coming down hard. quarter size hail. sometimes that trigthers severe thunderstorm warning. -- trillers the severe thunderstorm warning. that rain is going off shore. right? that is what is unusual. as it rotates down the coast it is spinning clouds, instability in our direction. that is what happened last night. it was
one with a trading floor. bill martin is tracking the superstorm's path so bill is the storm over yet. >> the worse is over based on what we saw last night. a lot of the pictures john shoeped you of long island and new jersey that was due to the storm surge and high tide and large surf. winds right now 45 miles per hour it's moving a little toward the west-northwest. it's the superstorm, it's an extra tropical storm and it's big. let's take a peak. we can pass it over a little bit. see the low center, as we move up here up toward new york state. see it moving toward the north it continues to spin moisture and cool air. we're seeing snow in the appalachians. wednesday afternoon it starts to move into canada. take a look again at the size of this it extends from chicago south toward atlanta and east up into maine. that is truly a super storm. this one was a huge storm. i think the storm surge in the heavy surf and the high tides are really what in the end of this thing will have caused most of the damage. right now we're dealing with 8 million or so power outages along the eastern seabo
some girls to think alonglogi bill martin will let us know how much hotter it's going to be tomorrow when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. . >>> health officials posted more warning signs. as we first told you last week a chip monk discovered near the visitor's center was found carrying the disease. also posted signs at richard son urging the public to report any dead squirrels. animals can transmit the plague to humans. >>> our chief meteorologist joins us now. >> you noticed it today, five and eight degrees, a lot of places been warmer than others. that temperature increase continues tomorrow and continues into thursday, too, so numbers going to get up there. we head outside the live storm tracker. the winds are blowing out of the west basically. these were actually the highs from today with 90 degrees in santa rosa, 86 in fai
about the weather now. our chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking the conditions over at & t park tonight. what are we looking at? >> a lot better weather. we have showers in the bay area. it's dry out there. there is hardly any clouds out there. there is live image of the cloud cover. we will come in close. the ballpark tonight will be mostly clear. you can see the area of the ballpark. temperature at first pitch about 61 degrees. that is 5:00. watch what happens as we get down the road. there is cool air in place. you get around 6:00 to 7:00 you're in the mid 50s scene get into the lower 40s toward the end of the game. as we move through time it will get a little chilly but not just for the ball game but over night tonight. we will talk about the overnight lows down in the 40s. we'll see you back here in a little bit. >>> giants fever has swept our ktvu viewers. karen sent us this picture. of her eight-year-oldson michael. and fernando says his family took two hours to carve this jackolantern. it's a true attribute to the giants. e-mail us your photos at photos@ktvu.com. >>> we
wave sure continued here in the bay as temperatures approached record highs in some sports. bill martin joins us with the hot spots. >> its really is hot out there right now. these are the current temperatures you can see there. 101 in antioch. looks like you will see a record in antioch. boy it's just as hot as it was yesterday. in some places it's a little warmer. some places a little cooler. but here's the story. things aren't changing around. we're tracking fog that's offshore. you know that's going to change your forecast. i'm going to be here around 5:20 and i'm going to have the complete forecast for you tomorrow. >> thank you, bill. >>> a christian legal group has filed a federal lawsuit. it prohibits license medical care professionals from practicing religious therapy they claim make gay and lesbian teens straight. governor brown signed the bill. the governor and the law supporters say the therapies cause psychological harm. >>> syria's president visited the capital city to witness fighting going on today. the video was posted on anti asad's troops. they haven't been able to cr
bay area cities. we have team coverage tonight. chief meteorologist bill martin will have tomorrow's forecast in 90 seconds. but first ktvu's matt keller join us live from ellam rock park where park rangers are taking extra precautions tonight, mark. >> reporter: these signs behind me will be out again tomorrow telling the public that alum rock park is closed due to extreme fire danger. near triple digit temperatures could not stop francis tuddle for practicing for his high school team. but the sign near alum rock park did. >> reporter: now where where are you going to run? >> another loop, something extra. >> reporter: we salk hikers, cyclists and drivers turn around forcing plans to be changed. >> maybe take a walk later on just down the street after it cools down a little bit. >> reporter: rangers closed the park today because of the high fire danger. when temperatures hit 99 degrees they decided closing it tomorrow would be a good idea as well. >> there is fuel down here, if you add hot temperatures and if the wind can i bees up who knows what could happen. >> reporter: firefig
with that. we'll check in now with bill martin who will let us know what the conditions were like when this happened. >> reporter: john we were talking about it in the newsroom just a few moments ago. they are in a nasty spot. the tide is flying out of the gate. it went from a 6-foot tide it's going down to a minus .8. see that brown water around the boat, that's sediment being pulled out of the bay as the outgoing tide very strong right now. they're also in a situation where there's some pretty good sized swells. we have a little bit of south swell and knot swell. some of those swells are a good 10-foot. the beaches are showing up a little bigger than that but it's a large swell. you have winds coming at 29 miles per hour. you have an outgoing current flying out the gate. those two meet right in the potato patch right where they are. right in this area. and you've got some very choppy water. right where the boat is we watched it flow half hour had moved another mile. it's really going outside the gate. it's getting dark soon. that's something they worried about. winds are gusting to 3
. pattie is live in contra costa county. we begin with chief meteorologist bill martin and the conditions that prompted the alert. >> today temperatures warmed up significantly, about 10 degrees over yesterday's temperatures. that prompted the national weather service to issue a red flag warning tonight through tomorrow morning at about 8 a.m. higher elevations in the north and east bay, winds right now are 15 to 20 in the east bay hills. it's dry out there. it's october. it's something we have to be concerned with. i'm going to have all the details on your daytime highs tomorrow as they warm up. i'll see you back here at 10:20. >> in contra costa county, firefighters have beefed up staffing tonight due to the increased fire danger. pattie lee continues the coverage and tells us about the precautions being taken this evening. >> four firefighters, a battalion chief and dispatcher were called in late this afternoon to help the county deal with the high fire danger, especially around the base of mount diablo. the threat inspected to increase with the predicted wind gust tonight. >>> report
are making the trip. >>> a nice fall day. let's go to our chief meteorologist bill martin. >> i had the best apple today. the fleet week, blue angels, it is all fall. i got a crunchy one. felt good about it. a lot going on. fleet week and we have cool or cooler day time highs. that is all good too. the winds are blowing. 22 miles per hour right now. pushing the cool air inland. these are the highs today, national weather service highs. antioch 77. down from 102. 70 in oakland. 72 hayward. temperatures are trending down. more of the same, not going to see spare the air days, no red flag warnings. fire danger better than it was. tomorrow like today. not much change, except slightly cooler. the weekend? like today, except more high clouds. by sunday we might see a sprinkle in the north bay. this is the culprit for the cooling. if it wasn't here we would be warmer but the low triggered the cooler. as it gets closer this weekend, closer, little cooler still. that is how it goes. plenty of fog. blue angels, as we go into the bay area weekend, we will be fine. there is the fog tomorrow morning. 7:0
rasmus, ktvu channel 2news. >>> our chief meteorologist bill martin is keeping a close eye on weather conditions that will have an impact on these events. lot of stuff going on. >> everybody's coming to the city. allie was talking about walking, but it's a bike-friendly city, too. it's all going on saturday and sunday. let's take a look at the forecast. first thing, golden gate park, bluegrass festival, warren will be missed this year, but the weather won't be bad. temperatures, partly cloudy, low 60s. out to fleet week, nice. temperatures in the low 60s with cloud cover, just like it looked today. partly cloudy, mostly cloudy, that's how your weekend goes. now we got a baseball game to talk about, two of them. temperatures there in the upper 50s. boy, a nice-looking weekend. i said this earlier. the rest of the country, some cases, parts of the world, looking in on the bay area and we've got a big weekend to entertain everybody. i think the city's really going to shine with pretty neat looking weather. beautiful sunset tonight, beautiful sunset saturday and sunday night. i'll see you
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, how the trend will impact the rest of you're week. bill martin back with the complete bay area forecast. two. you get them for less than department stores, and that's awesome. three. she'll think you look stylish and awesome. four. you'll actually be awesome, which is awesome. t.j.maxx and marshalls. two awesome ways to score. >>> our election 2012 coverage continues now. amber lee attended two parties. she's live with why some supporters arrival mitt romney won tonight's debate. >> reporter: frank, we're at extreme pizza here in downtown walnut creek, where president obama supporters came to cheer him on. this partisan crowd was fired up about getting the president reelectioned for a second term. president obama supporters say his performance tonight and his track record impressed them. >> very clear win for obama. >> reporter: some obama supporters conceded that republican nominee mitt romney performed better than expected. >> when you see the two together on the screen, romney is kind of smiling and smirking. >> i thought romney would fall apart. >> i give an edge slightly t
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an orange city hall tonight in san francisco as play off fever hits the city. our chief meteorologist bill martin is back with how fog could impact this weekend's game. ♪ [ male announcer ] the first look...is only the beginning. ♪ ♪ introducing a stunning work of technology. ♪ introducing the entirely new lexus es. and the first ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> there are some newly registered voters tonight at one of the south bay's largest homeless shelters. homeless advocates hosted a voter registration at the bocardo regional in san jose. they said some of the guests didn't know they could vote if they didn't have a home. they were told they could use the address of the shelter. the address was part of the national homeless and low income voter registration week. >>> the candidate's words were being dissected in realtime. >> reporter: last night's political debate between challenger mitt romney and president barack obama may have gardeners high ratings on tv but it also the received top tweets. they told me the debate was the most tweeted political event e
. how retirement is treating tony. >> and bill martin tracking big changes in the forecast. he is back with the best chance when it comes to wet weather. . >>> new, with bay area baseball teams on the edge of playoff oblivion one is watching a special interest. deborah caught up with tony and got his late inning advice. >> tony --. >> reporter: he is out of uniform for the first time in decades. tony, pitching his -- titled one last strike. >> story of the 2011 cardinals reminds me of the a's. >> reporter: his cardinals were a come from behind team that won it all after wife he retired. >> the a's this season astounded everybody too and he was relished watching them. >> reporter: swinging the bat with everything they have and they ran the bases -- and playing defense and diving -- >> this season he mixed his book tour with attending games as an ambassador for the leaping. >> i have not missed a dog out once. . >> reporter: he watches in the stands second guessing like any fan. >> the postseason so much fun. >> reporter: many of his fans to young to appreciate his career but his m
check none had gotten kick none of them were here in the bay area. >> yesterday here bill martin talked about very subtle changes in the weather and we can't tell to much difference from yesterday. >> yeah. just got that fall texture. there is that low pressure center off shore. its dropping rain. you can see it behind me. it'll probably stay off shore. the source, had this low kicked through like this we would have had scattered showers today. the forecast model has it kicking this way, south and east through the next 24 hours but there is a chance of showers down in this area tomorrow afternoon. ly show you that on the model coming up. these are the national weather service official highs for the day. the highs will vary but -- like san francisco, or -- at the airport. haywood at the airport. livermore. a lot of the places, the recording sights are not at all like your neighborhood. lots of microclimates. you may have gone 77 degrees. this is a system we are tracking. i got to tell you -- the forecast because they just sort of sit there. this thing is just hanging. it's accurate. rig
a neighborhood on edge. whoever is setting those fires is getting bolder. >> bill martin is tracking lightning right now in the bay area. his complete forecast plus the chance for some rain coming up. >>> and live pictures from southern california, we are going to tell you about a massive fire fight that are under way right now. what was grandma's cold remedy? hi, primo! asopao! right, asopao! there you go cuz, so you can sweat it out! oh, and music... ( all ) music? ... heals the soul. the power to share unites us. verizon brings your entire family the savings of the share everything plan. unlimited talk. unlimited text. and data you can share with up to 10 devices, all in one plan. get the 4glte droid razr by motorola for $99.99. verizon. >>> developing news now, we want to show you live pictures from southern california where firefighters are battling a large building fire right now. you can see that the flames have burned through the roof there. this is all happening in the echo park area of los angeles. if you're familiar with the l.a. area that's not far from dodger stadium. we understan
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the thunderstorm, it happened at east main road and peak avenue. >> bill martin has been busy tracking the storm activity. he says it's not over yet. >> there are still showers in the north bay right now. the severe thunderstorm warning has gone away for now. let's take a look at the progression of that storm as it moved out of gilroy, and morgan hill. you'll see the reds and the yellows. right there near lexington hills. you'll see it move off. that was one severe cell. check out what's happening in the bay area. we've got moderate rainfall in the san rafael area. we're continuing to see scattered showers on the golden gate bridge. when i come back, the showers remain in the forecast, maybe even a thunder shower tonight, and we'll look at the forecast for your thursday. i'll see you back here. >>> send us your photos when severe weather happens, or news breaks. email them to photos@ktvu.com, or post them to our facebook wall. >>> in san francisco, city hall is still buzzing tonight after the board of supervisors failed to muster the votes to remove ross mirkarimi from his post as sheriff. both
at east main road and peak avenue. >> bill martin has been busy tracking the storm activity. he says it's not over yet. >> there are still showers in the north bay right now. the severe thunderstorm warning has gone away for now. let's take a look at the progression of that storm as it moved out of gilroy, and morgan hill. you'll see the reds and the yellows. right there near lexington hills. you'll see it move off. that was one severe cell. check out what's happening in the bay area. we've got moderate rainfall in the san rafael area. we're continuing to see scattered showers on the golden gate bridge. when i come back, the showers remain in the forecast, maybe even a thunder shower tonight, and we'll look at the forecast for your thursday. i'll see you back here. >>> send us your photos when severe weather happens, or news breaks. email them to photos@ktvu.com, or post them to our facebook wall. >>> in san francisco, city hall is still buzzing tonight after the board of supervisors failed to muster the votes to remove ross mirkarimi from his post as sheriff. both mirkarimi, and a bitt
money. >>> a push to shut down the human drug trafficking. >>> and also our chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking a chance of showers before a change in our weather. what we can expect coming up in his complete bay area forecast. >>> proposition 35 aims to increase the prosecution of the human and sex trafficking. showing us that a dark side of the bay area that few will see and why some say that prop 35 is not the solution to the problem. here is tonight's special report. >> reporter: the ladies of the night of san jose sometimes work in the day. >> we want to know what you're doing. >> what are you doing? >> nothing, just hanging out. >> reporter: during our ride along, we saw several women who are prostitutes. this is a popular place for prostitution. to give you an idea on how big the problem is, you'll need to go online. >> reporter: but they had do most of their investigation on the human trafficking from their desk. looking up websites right here. >> and that will be young. >> reporter: he said that he has found more than 44 juveniles working as prostitutes. mostly adver
meteorologist bill martin is tracking the weather. what to expect in the bay area forecast. "misleading." out here. it. but there's hope. straight to our schools... keeps it there. politicians. to really help our schools, vote yes on thirty-eight. >>> the november election is fast approaching in the california election manual the title for proposition 32 says it's about limiting the political contributions of corporations and unions. but as ktvu's allie rasmuss tells us critics say the issue is not so simple. >> reporter: the ads from supporters and opponents for proposition 32 has been flooding the air waves for weeks. >> big money special interest don't want the change we need. >> reporter: but who's right? >> this is about our legislators not listening to donors but being forced once again to listening to voters. >> it may give the appearance of even handedness of fairness but it's actually anything but. >> reporter: john logan professor at sf state says prop 32 is unfair to unions. i bars corporations from using payroll deductions for political spending. but logan says the problem is corp
to last year. >> and our chief meteorologist bill martin tracking a big warm up when it comes to our weather. what to expect in his complete bay area forecast. >>> new at 10:00, new numbers out show the beginning of a strong holiday season. people aren't spooked of spending a little extra. >> reporter: more than a thousand people went through these doors and paid $15 each this past weekend. while the economy has weakened -- [ indescernible ] >> reporter: the screams are fake but the dollars are real here at spirit halloween in san jose. workers say last year people weren't filling their bags up with accessories like well bags of eyeballs and just sticking with the basics. >> people are spending this year definitely. halloween parties, halloween celebrations at school everywhere. >> reporter: a new report out today shows consumers spending surged in september pushed up by sales in clothing and electronic stores. offering a promising outlook for businesses headed into the holiday season. the national retail federation says eight in 17 people are planning to celebrate halloween this ye
studios right now. bill martin is going to tell us how much this warm weather will last. >>> she has put tens of millions of dollars on the line. molly mungers prop 38 will give voters a chance to raise their own taxes and deliver billions of dollars to california schools desperately in need of more money. prop 38 could be a measure that does more harm than good. >> reporter: more than 10,000 public schools in california. this no two ballot initiatives. governor brown's proposition 30 and proposition 38 funded almost entirely by one person. >> when i went to those schools they were funded fifth highest in the entire united states. >> reporter: a civil rights attorney has invested more than $30 million of her own money. why? she says to pay it forward. in doing so she is in direct competition with governor brown's proposition 30. >> 38 does two things that are important. it raises eight times more money for schools than 30. all that money for schools goes directly to schools. >> reporter: the governor's prop 30 and prop 38 are competing measures. you will see they both fund education. but
is losing support. how schools are bracing for cuts. >> and bill martin is updating his forecast. he's back with what we can expect for the weekend and beyond. why shop t.j.maxx and marshalls? one. you get all the awesome brand names. two. you get them for less than department stores, and that's awesome. three. she'll think you look stylish and awesome. four. you'll actually be awesome, which is awesome. t.j.maxx and marshalls. two awesome ways to score. >>> we are following some developing news now, late word of an arrest in a homicide case out of castro valley where the body of a woman was found last week inside a burning home. the alameda sheriff's department just told us they have made an arrest in the beating death of 58-year-old barbara laschey. they will release the name of the suspect during a conference tomorrow. she was found dead inside her burning home in san carlo avenue. just yesterday authorities released the sketch of the attacker based on witnesses descriptions. >>> hoping for the best but planning for the worse. teachers and school staff across the state are bracing for a
brain damage. the taliban shot her for her support of education for women. >>> bill martin is working on his complete bay area forecast and the next chance for rain. under thirty-eight they do. more a year. bucks. money for schools. every school dollar must be... spent on student learning. student wins. vote yes on thirty-eight. vote yes on thirty-eight. we don't call this our company, we call this our mission. green toys teaches children that if i have a milk jug and i stick it in the recycling bin it can turn into something new. chase allows us to buy capital equipment to be able to manufacture in the states to the scale we need to be a global company. with a little luck green toys could be the next great american brand. find what's next for your business at chase.com/mainstreet >>> by most accounts the upcoming presidential election is going to be close. >> reporter: sunrise south tracy. first light, people are up working and eating. this is four corners diner on a thursday morning. >> who's a taxpayer? >> everybody has to give a little bit. >> our energy situation, shutting down c
was handing out free tacos. >> chief meteorologist bill martin is working on his forecast, he's back with what to expect for halloween and beyond. >>> a rush was on nationwide this afternoon as hungry diners cashed in on free tacos. ktvu's amber lee joins us with how a giant secured the give away. >> reporter: we went to three taco bell to gauge reaction. the largest turn out was at the redwood city location because the giant player who made it happen was there. angel pagan scored with fans as he took their orders and served up tacos. the restaurant chain promised free tacos today if a player stole a base during the world series. >> and a stolen base. >> reporter: pagan sealed the deal when he stole second base in game two delighting giant fans. >> thank you pagan. >> reporter: pagan a native of puerto rico thanked fans. >> i grew up in a project. and whoever that comes from there and don't think anything is possible they're wrong. if you believe you can accomplish anything and look at me. >> reporter: outside the line stretched down the street and in oakland the line was long for the drive t
sunshine, here comes the sun. chief meteorologist bill martin might know some other sunshine songs. >> i was there on sullivan. it was a big deal that night. we've been talking about the sun, and it's going to be nice, but bring a jacket. a few clouds around, high clouds, coastal fog. that's how it's going to go, as we go through the bay area weekend. lot going on this weekend. these are the highs from today. highs tomorrow, about the same, a little cooler, lots of 60s tomorrow. very nice day. it's going to be a lot like today. matter of fact, if you can remember what today was like from start to finish, i suspect tomorrow and sunday are going to be very similar, in terms of cloud cover, in terms of wakeup temperature, in terms of wind speed, everything. we've got a low pressure system sitting offshore right here and it's just kind of -- it's not making weather stagnant, but it's killing the pressure gradient. we're not seeing a lot of wind or fog formation because the inversion is thick, the atmosphere's thick, so the fog is having a tough time forming, and it's going to stay there. kin
to 93, i was an anchor at a news channel. we're bringing in one of my old co workers bill martin we go back to columbus ohio. he's not from here. what has he done? he's stayed here through the years what is it about cleveland and cleveland business? all that and more all day long. and the governor coming up in a couple of hours live right here. connell: that's a great picture. liz doesn't see it. when you said old co workers, i thought you were bringing in pat o'brien or something. that's great liz. thank you. liz: go browns. connell: markets check time. up with nicole once again as we do every 15 minutes or so. stocks now. take it away nicole. nicole: wanted to take a look at some financials that are leading the way today for these markets that are moving higher. the dow jones industrials are up 65 points off of their earlier highs but the financials are still shining, folks, so names like bank of america and jpmorgan are among the top performers on the dow jones industrials. citigroup is up over 2%. bank of america up more than 3%. and morgan stanley up nearly 3% today as well. we ha
of the than. we are at martin luther king boulevard and bill robson lane. right down that road, about two blocks. not even two blocks is where the california science center is. we're in a great location. we don't know if we'll see it down this way for quite some time. as you look at the crowds, we'll get to the holdouts. they've been out here since early this afternoon and they are holding tight here. we want to go to a live picture of the space shuttle "endeavour" which is just about two and a half miles down the road here. and it has been there for quite some time. it was greeted by thousands of spectators, music, celebrations. just a lot of pomp and circumstance. welcoming this beautiful piece of u.s. history that will make its way down here to the california science center. it is 26th mission. you think about its 19-year career where it has traveled 123 million miles. 17,000 miles an hour and now it is going a mere 12 miles from l.a.x. to the science center at 2 miles an hour. there you go. back out live with the crowd here at the corner of mlk and bill robertson. here's one of the ho
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to the old phrase arrogance is ignorance matured. >> bill: wow. martin sheen is one of the best presidents we ever had though. >> that is right. >> bill, you told america to see argo and they did. it has been in theatres for three weeks but made it to number one this past weekend. >> bill: word of mouth got that movie up there. >> $12.4 million. it beat the debut of tom hanks' new movie cloud atlas. >> how horrible does that look? >> $100 million movie made less than $10 million for third place in its opening weekend. >> because it was horrible. >> bill: that's going to go down down, down. argo will continue to go up. >> i'm telling everyone to go see argo. i got my wife to see it with a couple of her friends. it is fantastic. >> bill: i've done my share. >> exactly. >> bill: i'll tell you again. it is -- first of all what's amazing to me about this story is that i didn't know about that story. as much as i follow the news. i didn't remember reading anything at all. but it is incredible story. and a phenomena
. >> the bill i voted on was the martin luther king voting rights bill. this was a provision that particularly targeted african-americans, and i voted to allow them to have their voting rights back once they completed their sentence. >> governor romney, 30 seconds to respond. >> i don't think people who have committed violent crimes should be allowed to vote again. that's my own view. >> rick santorum was calling out romney on that saying he changed his position there. this is not just kept in the confines of black community or within the democratic party. >> no, that's right. rick santorum is for this. jeb bush and charlie crist made it happen in florida. governor scott turned the clock back and took the right to vote back from formerly incarcerated people. it's outrageous. this is a kuncountry where we believe voting is a right and we believe all people should have a second chance. the notion that a sigts governor like governor scott would undo what his republican colleague just did, roll the clock back and take the vote away from tens of thousands of formerly incarcerated people who could s
, john dickerson, david martin, kelly cobiella and bill whitaker. dean reynolds on the battle for ohio. why it could decide the presidential election. paper couldn't stop bullets. a woman shot to death in wisconsin had a court order against the suspected gunman. can the courts protect women? michelle miller has the story. and lance armstrong is officially stripped of his titles. we'll talk to a close teammate about the system of doping that brought down a champion. cha ngaptioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from boca raton, florida. >> pelley: good evening from the debate hall at lynn university. 15 days before america elects a president and a new cbs news poll out tonight finds 11% of likely voters are uncommitted. that means they haven't made up their minds or they could still change them. they will decide this election. pd it is they who president obama and mitt romney will be trying to win as they debate for ate third and final time tonight. look at how tight this race is: our new poll finds 48% of likely voters support the p
up. >>> well, your electric bill could be going up under a recommendation by governor martin o'malley. he is recommending that it go toward upgrading power lines. july tens of thousands were without power for days. now o'mally wants utility companies to better serve their customers. it will be put into place only if approved by the public utilities commission. >> mom and dad were on the way to the hospital this morning, but apparently, the baby couldn't wait. the pair med deck and her partner helped deliv the bundle of joy. >> we got her in the back of the ambulance. it was obvious she was ready to deliver. we got our ob kit ready, prepared the mother for the delivery. baby came out this. was a smooth delivery. the father was in the back of the ambulance. it was a very emotional experience and out came a baby by. >> mr. out are loop. hey, we're told mom, dad, baby are all doing well. >> we take them to keep colds away, maybe boost our brain power, but do they work. a report found the over-the-counter supplements we spend billions on each year make claims on their labors that ar
the six-foot long banner, holding it here in downtown seattle. so we can spread the word about bill billy. >> this is david martin of the beach boys, why don't you play at his birthday party? >> hey, you know me, get the vibrati vibrations, why don't you play at the birthday party? >> it will be fun i think it is a great idea. i would do it. >> one night in your life to make this guy's dream come true, billy idol, you got to play his birthday party, you may want to go. >> ron jeremy, billy sent michael a message on his own. >> let me tell you something, seattle. people of the world have spoken. the dream will become a reality. on friday, october the 26th, i will take the stage. my band, at the show box, for what is sure to be one of the most memorable birthday parties your city has ever known. >> oh, my gosh. michael joins me now. happy birthday to you, sir, by the way. >> thank you so much. >> you have been dreaming and campaigning about this, for what? about two years now. the party was last night in seattle. was it everything you hoped for? >> yeah, it was crazy, man. yeah, it started
heinrich chased a green dream costing us all in jobs and electric bills. >> moderator: martin, you're up. heinrich: it's not a dream for thousands working in new mexico today because of those policies. in fact, today, despite the fact we've been mining coal for hundreds and hundreds of years, there are four times -- almost five times as many people working in renewables directly in the state of new mexico within that industry. now, there's nothing wrong with mining for coal. my father a miner, grandfather a miner. that's hard, hard walk, but when it comes to setting policy, we need to be looking to the future. we need to be investing in infrastructure. the national labs said if we had adequate infrastructure, we can grow 25,000 new jobs in clean energy with marrying natural gas generation, which is affordable, together with wind and solar, producing an energy portfolio that over time gets ever more domestic and clean. >> moderator: heather, your rebuttal. wilson: it didn't say 25,000, but 1200 jobs for 20 years. i'm fine with that. i support renewable energy. the difference is he support
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